Catholic Answers to Today’s Questions
The rise of secularism and the new atheists has led to many difficult questions being regularly posed about religion in general and the Catholic Faith in particular. This attractively illustrated booklet responds positively to questions about the existence of God, about science and faith, the Bible, the Church and the Sacraments and morality, setting out a reasoned defence of the truths of Faith that leads us all to greater happiness. Illustrated in colour.
AUTHOR: Fr Marcus Holden & Fr Andrew Pinsent
DETAILS: 112 pages, paperback
What can we Learn from Each Other?
Peter Kreeft Popular author and philosopher Peter Kreeft presents a unique book about the important beliefs that Catholics and Protestants share in common. Whilst he acknowledges that there are still significant differences, he emphasizes that they agree on the single most important issue: justification.
AUTHOR: Dr Peter Kreeft
DETAILS: 204 pages, paperback
A Christian’s Companion for the study of Islam
David Pinault This book on Islam has an unusual perspective. It argues that a critically minded examination of Islam can help Christians achieve a deeper appreciation of the unique truths of their own faith. It draws on the author’s personal experiences living in Islamic countries and his fieldwork with persecuted Christian-minority communities…
AUTHOR: David Pinault
DETAILS: 439 pages, paperback
Edward Feser This book provides a detailed, updated exposition and defence of five of the historically most important philosophical proofs of God’s existence. It also offers a thorough treatment of each of the key divine attributes, showing that they must be possessed by God.
AUTHOR: Edward Feser
DETAILS: 208 pages, paperback
Peter Kreeft My title explains itself. But it’s misleading. There are more than 40 reasons. Each of my reasons is an independent point, so I have not organized this book by a succession of chapters or headings. Which takes me back to my main point: “Why are you a Catholic?” is a good question. A good question deserves a good answer.
AUTHOR: Dr Peter Kreeft
DETAILS: 144 pages, paperback
Ancient Rome’s brutal culture exploited the weak and considered human life expendable. Women were used as property; unwanted children were left on the streets to die. Four centuries later, even ordinary men and women prospered in what had become a vigorous new Christian society, a society that served the vulnerable, exalted women, treasured virtue, and loved peace.
Faith had triumphed. Truth was proclaimed. And on this rock-solid foundation, Christian society flourished in the West for the next 1500 years.
Here you’ll learn about the seven specific areas where any paganism, ancient or modern, is particularly vulnerable. They provide a roadmap for modern Christians to reclaim for the Faith our own neo-pagan modern culture.
Facing an overwhelmingly dark and hostile culture, Rome’s early Christians took the steps necessary to transform it. Their struggles and the hard lessons they learned documented here afford us hope that, by imitating their example, we may do the same for our culture today.
Mike Aquilina & James Papandrea
DETAILS: 270 pages, paperback
Making the Case for Our Faith
Patrick Madrid Veteran apologist Patrick Madrid presents his latest book on apologetics. Drawing on his own extensive experience, Madrid explains how you can use arguments and evidence to engage with other viewpoints, including atheism and Protestantism, and how you can defend the Faith effectively.
AUTHOR: Patrick Madrid
DETAILS: 208 pages, paperback
Mark Giszczak Many people struggle to make sense of certain parts of the Bible, particularly passages from the Old Testament where God can seem harsh and distant. In Light on the Dark Passages of Scripture, Mark Giszczak tackles tough questions and takes an honest look at Scripture, revealing a God who is just and loving throughout.
AUTHOR: Mark Giszczak
DETAILS: 192 pages, paperback
Memorising the Faith is no substitute for living a holy life, but even devout people can’t live by truths they can’t remember. That’s why, over 700 years ago, St. Thomas Aquinas perfected an easy method for his students to memorise most any information, but especially the truths taught by Christ and His Church. Refining techniques taught by the ancient philosophers, St Thomas created a mental “memory mansion” and a way to store information in “rooms,” where it remains, fresh and accessible, until you return to retrieve it.
Dr Vost remains faithful to St Thomas’ vision, showing how you can use this system to recall hundreds of key Church teachings, Bible verses, theological terms, and other elements of the Faith every Catholic needs to know by heart.
AUTHOR: Kevin Vost
DETAILS: 250 pages, paperback
Responding to Relativism with Logic and Love
“Don’t be so judgemental!” “Why are Christians so intolerant?” “Why can’t we just coexist?” In an age in which preference has replaced morality, many people find it difficult to speak the truth, afraid of the reactions they will receive if they say something is right or wrong. Using engaging stories and personal experience, Edward Sri helps us understand the classical view of morality and equips us to engage relativism, appealing to both the head and the heart. Learn how Catholic morality is all about love, and why making a judgement is not judging a person’s soul.
AUTHOR: Edward Sri
DETAILS: 177 pages, paperback
A Rediscovered Path to God’s Existence
Michael Augros Described by Peter Kreeft as the best book he has read on the question of whether God exists, this superb book tackles the New Atheism head on. Along the way, the author introduces the reader to the arguments of Plato, Aristotle, and Aquinas, all in a style which is interesting and engaging.
AUTHOR: Michael Augros
DETAILS: 244 pages, paperback